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it's saturday september 8th, good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with the forecast. here is frances dinglasan in for lisa argen. >> we woke up to clear skies in many neighborhood, but we're still dealing with patchy low clouds and satellite image, low clouds filling in along the coast and you can see it here with the live shot as we look from the east bay toward san francisco. here is your 12-hour day planner and dealing with patchy clouds over the next couple of hours and temperatures in the 50s and 60s, but bright sun shine earlier on and then this afternoon, temperatures will still be hot inland. low 90s around the bay, 70s to near 80. it will be a pleasant evening tonight with sun setting at 7:28. mostly clear for areas except at the coast, but temperatures will start to tumble next week and i'll have the details coming up. >> let's get to news in shasta county where the delta fire is still raging. the earliest enter state 5 could
reopen is tomorrow. flames on both sides of the freeway forcing the closure of the nearly 50-mile stretch. the fire has burned 37,000 acres and is 0% contained. cal trans says it needs to replace guardrail, signs and they also need to fix the pavement. >> although it's not hitting the homes and everything, it's creating as much havoc as the traveling public because interstate 5, each corridor in our alternative routes doesn't carry the capacity and it takes a lot longer and of course, the roads aren't built for that traffic on a long-term basis. >> cal trans, estimates several million dollars in business are being lost each day due to the closure because trucks aren't getting through. in other news, weapon, human trafficking and worse, charges have been filed against the owner of senior bay homes and child day care. they allegedly targeted members of the filipino community, many of whom were new to the united
states. the cities were located in south san francisco, daley city and pacifica. abc 7 news reporter katie utehs has more on the investigation. >> a deceiving name, rainbow bright for a family-run business accused of dark conditions. >> rainbow bright was cheating not just their workers of their pay, not just the workers of their dignity, but was cheating you and me as taxpayers. >> reporter: about $8.5 million says state attorney general xavier becerra. the four adults and two child care facilities are tucked away in pacifica, daley city and south san francisco neighborhood. >> they have been here a long time. but we never know what happened actually si>>eporr:he se spped the facilities, seizing the weapons seen here. a loaded handgun apparently
found under a blanket in the garage of a day care. >> and then we saw a lot of packages were removed and we were praying they'll close the place. >> reporter: joshua, noel, gerlen and carlina gamo currently face 59 criminal charges for human trafficking, rape and labor exploitation. >> they were forced to work up to 24 hours a day. they slept on the floors and in garages. they were locked outside sometimes in the rain when the owners were not home. >> reporter: becerra says the accused confiscated the workers' passports and threatened to call immigration. >> i am shocked. like, they were arrested for that. >> reporter: now the accused are being held on bail ranging from $1 million to $2.5 million. curt dates are set for later this month. katie utehs, abc 7 news. a judge has rejected a request by the public defender's office to bar the recording of conversations between suspects and their lawyers. the rulingeo
that emerged last month of a sergeant discussing the practice, but the judge also put the sheriff's office on notice saying violations will be prosecuted. the alameda county district attorney's office is investigating to see if any cases have been compromised by recording. a date has been set for the ghost ship criminal trial. it will begin april 2nd, defendants derek almena and max harris both face 36 counts of involuntary manslaughter for the december 2016 warehouse fire. their attorny say their defense will involve diverting blame to others that includes the fire and police departments and other public officials who they say did not do their job to prevent the fire. in the south bay, community members are demanding answers and justice after a 28-year-old father of two was stabbed to death outside of his family's home. abc 7 news reporter amanda del castillo has the story. >> candles, balloons and messages written in chalk.
th growingeml surrounds the home frankie santos shares with his high school sweetheart and his two young sons. relatives say too often, families across the cityseless deaths. >> it's getting a little rough. it's throughout san jose, obviously. >> reporter: that's why dozens marched friday in santos' honor. >> what do we want? justice! >> when do we want it? >> now! >> the crowd gathered in the same place where santos was killed along raymond avenue in unincorporated san jose. this was the scene sunday morning. family members say santos returned home from a fantasy football party and approached a truck parked across the street. there was some sort of confrontation before santos was stabbed in his chest. he died at the hospital. >> i call his cell phone all of the time just to hear him talk, and those things i will never get back again. >> emotion was easy to see
friday. family members have come forward begging for information about who killed santos. relatives are now begging the city for change. i'm challenging the people that have the power to make a difference, to do something about the violence. we're tired of all this violence. >> the sheriff's office shared this picture of the suspect vehicle caught on surveillance camera. take another look at the dark, full-sized gmc or chevrolet truck. witnesses say those inside were either white or hispanic men in their 20s. i'm outside the santa clara county sheriff's office. i'm amanda del castillo abc 7 news. a former uc berkeley basketball star who now plays for the boston celtics has been arrested after allegedly assaulting, strangling and kidnapping owpear in court on m he will face multiple charges. the walnut creek native is being guarded by police at a hospital for evaluation.nt t celticsaid
they are taking very seriously. today, it's being hailed as the largest climate march the west coast has ever seen. local environmentalists are calling for a rise in justice. they will march up market street to civic center plaza. organizers are calling the e have not a global day of action toy did hand elected leaders demand to no new fossil fuels and a fast and fair transition to a renewable energy. cal trans plans to stop traffic on the bay bridge to demolish the eastern span. crews will use explosives like they've done in the past. a blast like that will support two of the support piers. 7 was on the eastern span you can expect traffic to be stopped some time between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 looking to spend
$200 million. abc news rotor carlos salcedo has the details. >> for more than a decade, public transit riders in the bay area have been able to use clipper cars to pay their fares getting in and out much quicker. >> i use it for everything, and i use it for the bus, bart and for the ferry. >> reporter: the system is obsolete, sometimes taking days to update a rider's balance on the card. >> the card is not a live card. it doesn't have live balances on it. the card really is a stored value card. >> reporter: the metropolitan transportation commission is in the final stages of approving a systems upgrade worth $195 million. instead of a card, you'll be able to use your mobile device to tap in and out. >> they can find out how much money they have on their card right away. they can put more money on their card right away, they can put money on their kids' cards right away and none of those functionalities that we have right now. >> the tech capital has waited lodge enough with other cities already using this technology.
>> we do that with the commuter rail in boston and it's really nice because when the conductor comes around you can just show it and you can buy it at any point. >> once it's all said and done, you'll have the option of using your phone to pay or keep it traditional and stick with your clipper card. >> here in the bay area, there are a lot of tech folks and i think it will catch on. >> while this sounds great it will still take time to implement. the commission is expected to approve the plan at the end of this month, but it will still be a while. it will be the year 2021 before we're able to use this on our phones. in el cerrito, carlos salcedo, abc 7 news. time now is 8:09 on this saturday morning. frances has been tracking the accuweather forecast for us. another beautiful day on tap here in the bay area. can't complain. >> we'll see more sunshine earlier. ufortunately, that will not mean warmer temperatures today. we are seeing low clouds still spilling in from the coast. i will have your cplsells a cooldown coming up. >> thanks, frances.
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time right now is 8:12. we're taking a live look outside from our mount tam camera looking toward the city. we know you probably have a lot to do this weekend so frances returns in a bit to break down the full accuweather forecast coming up, but first. students at marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida returned to their first football game since the mass shooting. the team dedicated the 17-point victory to the 17 people who died including former assistant coach eric weis. it was good to get back to a sense of normalcy and it's still difficult to deal with. >> it is still hard because you have friends that lost their children and that never goes away. >> officers were stationed at every corner during last fight's game. students retne to school last month to tighter campus security. a home in upscale san francisco neighborhood was found trashed after an air bnb renter moved out. take a look at this. the home's address and neighborhood are being kept
private at the homeowner's request. it was rented for three and a half months for $100 a night. photos show the home littered with used needles, stained bedding and clothing and take-out price containers and empty boxes. >> it was pretty bad. people from the outside walking by could smell. so, you had joggers stopping going, uh, wow. what's that smell? and everything was right up to the garage door so very easy for everyone to smell as they were walking by. >> the owners plan to add security cameras outside the property before renting it out again. time now is 84. sprayedith a r vegetable-based oil. video shows the stage covered in that oil after a hose broke loose in the stage's hydraulic and sprayed oil everywhere. it happened after the show started in redmond outside of seattle. the performance was cancelled
and cirque du soleil plans to reimburse all guests and no one was hurt. the basketball hall of fame induction ceremony was held last night in springfield, massachusetts. warriors president rick welts was among the inductees. larry beil spoke to welts about his career and his biggest achievement of his life. >> it's been quite a career from ball boy at age 16 working for the great bill russell to joining russell 49 years later in the hall of fame. >> through some miraculous breakthrough to this day i don't know why, he learned my name and we became friends and it's an unlikely friendship, i would say and it's one thater a long lg>> has s decades in the nba while working in the league office in the 1980s, he came up with the idea of all-star weekend. it wasn't exactly visionary at the time. it was more like job preservation. >> truth be told, my biggest motivation was to keep my job. we went into larry o'brien's
office and i got pretty much like a, yeah, no, we're not going to do that. so i don't know what happened. stern walks into my office a week later and says commissioner says we can do it as long as one, you don't embarrass him on his last weekend in office and two, it doesn't cost the number a nickel. >> whether it was growing the nba or running the suns or warriors, welts has always had one mission. >> there are people in my job who kind of think they're the show sometimes, but it's about shining a brighter light and creating a bigger stage for the players and coaches that fans really care about. >> welts left phoenix seven years ago and decided to move to the bay area where the warriors just happened to have new owners who wanted him to become team president. >> i had one interview, one meeting. flew up to joe's house and sat down with peter guber and joe and talked for two or three hours, went to dinner and when we were saying good-bye that night they said, you know, if you want to do this, this is your job. >> you mentioned to them you can
pretty much guarantee three championships in two years. >> yeah. and a new arena in san francisco, so obviously, they wanted to hire me. welts spends most of his time now on construction of new chase center, but for all of his accomplishments, welts believes his biggest contribution will be coming out in a page 1 new york times story as the first openly gay executive in major pro sports. >> it's been such a big part of my journey, and you know, the most important thing i will ever do in my life. hopefully, you know, there's some kid out there who today believes that he or she can be successful because of who they are and not in spite of who they are. athing else do probl pales in toha >> larry spts aeaer forecast from abc 7 news. hi, meteorologist frances dinglasan. we're waking up to blue skies and patchy low clouds. the satellite image, the clouds
are mainly along the coast and trying to push into the bay, but they haven't been successful. here is a live shot from sutro looking from san francisco where it's currently 56 degrees and oakland warming up to 60 and san jose, 60, as well and as we head to half moon bay still cloudy there, 55 degrees and from the east bay hills, we're looking west across the bay bridge and into san francisco where you can see the more compressed marine layer and the sunshine will start to show earlier on at the bay and it's still cool through parts of the north bay and santa rosa, 52, and low 60s right now in fairfield and in concord. a beautiful shot from mount tam, looking towards the top of sutro and that's where we're finding the low clouds. and here's the forecast which you can expect for today. patchy morning clouds and lots of bgh sunshine thisteor eryone weekend. so we are dropping from the mid-90s in the inland area to the low 90s so still going to be
quite warm and then it's going to be much cooler by the middle of the week and this is a water vapor satellite image so we had this warm, dry air mass and over the last three hours and you notice it's starting south and it is weakening and as it does, the warmth weakens as well and then what we have going on next week is the trough moving in and the cooler air is going to drop temperatures for everyone especially inland neighborhoods by midweek. highs will range from 60s at the coast to low 90s inland and plenty of sunshine for everyone. half moon bay, 63 and san francisco, 67, oakland will be nice and comfortable, 74 degrees for the as game today and san jose, 82. low 90s and 92 in fairfield and antioch and livermore and look for mid to upper 80s and napa, 84. santa rosa, 89 degrees and it will be a great day to head to the art and wine festival today for much othe
same, just slightly cooler. also tomorrow, there's the giant race in san francisco's at&t park. cloudy and cooler in the 50s which is great for runners during the early morning hours and then we'll get sunshine as well in the afternoon, about 64 degrees by 1:00. we're keeping an eye on tropical storm florence because it is expected to gain strength to hurricane category level 4 by thursday, and then we'll be keeping an eye on this as it right now is headed towards the southeastern coast. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast. mild at the coast in the 60s and hot inland, low 90s and tomorrow we'll still see a wide range of temperatures and notice it will be coming down a couple of degrees and the trend continues into monday and into tuesday and we'll be well below average by midweek. temperatures inland dropping by as much as 12 degrees compared to today and about six degrees around the bay, but at the coast we'll only drop by a little bit because we'll be staying in the
60s all week long. >> a little bit of something for the warm weather. frances, thank you. >> up next, a sugar lover's dream. we'll take you inside and that cute dress gets even you know whecuter?re at ross yes. or when you can say yes...to both? sure. or when you find that brand at that price? are you kidding me? that's yes for less. whoa. yes.... oh, yeah. it feels
the rivalry between cardi b and nicki manage has turned physical. the two rap stars were at a new york fashion week party last night. video on twitter shows cardi b lurjing toward someone in front. in an instagram postcard i seemed to indicate she was angry about comments being made about her parentingrn daughter. she did not mention minaj by name. candytoppia, all things candy is open in san francisco. dion lim brings us some of the fun. >> reporter: call it a dentist nightmare or sugar lover's dream. from the moment you step inside candytoppia be prepared for sensory overload where kids and adults can admiresculptures or marshmallows. the candy queen to the stars,
jackie sorkin's love of candy. >> i watched willy wonka. >> and all of the pieces are made of candy. they have 125,000 pieces, but they are shellacked so you probably don't want to eat it. >> my team is known for the candy artistry. >> the gallery is with works specifically for san francisco, and the candy ode to steve jobs and sour belt, warriors championship trophy. >> this is candy art. this is hundreds of thousands of hours dedicated to the very unique artistry. >> for all of you instagramers out there. this place is selfie surprise i every corner. >> in san francisco, dion lim, abc 7 news. she gets all of the fun assignments. candytoppia started in taiwan seven years ago and now there are locations in santa monica and new york. tickets are going fast for san francisco's run and some are still available and we posted a
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weather. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan. she's tracking conditions. >> good morning, everyone. we had clearer skies this morning and much less cloud cover and you can see it here on live doppler 7 and low clouds off the coast. you can see from this live shot, it is shallow and it will dissipate quickly. patchy clouds during the next hour. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. bright sunshine earlier on and temperatures will be hot inland in the low 90s around the bay. 70s to near 80 and at the coast in the 60s. even though we'll get the los of sunshine, temperatures will be cooler compared to yesterday. sun sets at 7:28 and it will be a comfortable evening with mostly clear skies and until much later overnight. i'll have more cooling on the way and i'll have the details. >> frances, thanks. former president barack obama will be in southern california today to campaign for state election. in the midterm obama will headline the invitation-only rally to support
seven democratic candidates to compete with health districts in november. his first stop will be at the anaheim convention center. democrats hope his appearance will energize the party's voters. yesterday the former president delivered his most direct political speech since leaving the white house. obama sharply criticized president trump for capitalizing on fear and anger. abc news reporter terry moran has the story. >> reporter: it was an extraordinary break from tradition, a former president lashing out at his successor and barack obama denouncing the politics to bigotry and division and blaming donald trump by name. >> it did not start with donald trump. he's just capitalizing on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years. >> obama summoned the ghost of charlottesville. >> president bush said there were very fine people on both sides. obama argued that bedrock american values require a lot more than that. >> we are sure as heck supposed to stand up clearly and
unequivocally to nazi sympathizers! [ applause ] how hard can that be? saying that nazis are bad? the former president also invoked a so-called quiet resistance within the trump administration. the claim that everything will turn out okay because there are people inside the white house who secretly aren't following the president's orders. that's not how our democracy is supposed to work. these people aren't elected. they're not accountable. they're not doing us a service by actively%f e crazy stuff tha this white house and then saying don't worry, we're preventing the other 10%. >> one hour later, a withering review from president trump, going after obama, something he's done from the start of his presidency. >> i watched it, but i fell
asleep. i found he was very good. very good for sleeping. >> reporter: terry moran, abc news. president trump says attorney general jeff sessions will launch an investigation ito the new york times essay written by an unnamed senior official. the essay described a quiet resistance of unsung heroes working to frustrate parts of the president's agenda and his worst inclinations. aides close to the president have compiled a list of about a dozen suspects on the president's team. senator rand paul has even suggested lie detector tests for senior officials. >> an ominous, really an an an n gutless coward. he was -- nobody knows who the hell he is or she, although they put he and that's probably a little disguise, that means it's she. the justice department says it does not confirm or deny any investigation. time now is 8:32. the four days of confirmation hearings for supreme court
nominee brett kavanaugh wrapped up yesterday. lawmakers heard testimony from character witnesses both for and against his nomination. former nixon white house counsel john dean claimed kavanaugh would be the most presidential powers supreme court justice in the modern age. >> he would have the congress immunize sitting presidents from both civil and criminal liability. under judge kavanaugh's recommendation, if a president shot somebody in cold blood on fifth avenue that president could not be prosecuted while in office. >> ted olsen, the former solicitor general under president george w. bush testified that kavanaugh is well qualified to sit on the supreme court, calling him thoughtful, gracious and possessing a great legal mind. in other news, former 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick's social activism is now part of a new exhibit at san jose state university. abc 7 news reporter carlos salcedo takes us inside.
>> in the nike ad seen around the world, colin kaepernick encourages people to believe in something even if it means sacrificing everything. >> so don't ask if your dreams are crazy. ask if they're crazy enough. >> his controversial anthem protest that started two years ago are not the first time where sports and politics have intercepted. >> it's important here to understand the interface of scholarship and activism and athletics. >> reporter: the power of protests exhibit at san jose state university highlights more than 100 historical collections from dr. harry edwards. a renowned sports sociologist who helped create the olympic project for human rights. the movement called on black athletes to boycott the 1968 olympic games over racial injustices. kaepernick's social activism now featured in the exhibit. >> he will take his place alongside other athlete icons in the history of western
civilization, not because of what he did on the field, but because of what he used the forum on the field to do. >> reporter: dr. edwards says the latest nike commercial is a good business deal for the company and others will follow. >> it's also the role of corporations and difficult times to step into the breach and remind us of who we are and what we stand for. >> reporter: whether kaepernick plays again in the nfl is irrelevant who left his mark on and off the field. itsn je kse, c y rsnoth.ums cn? the clinical trial being led by ucsf to find drugs that are more effective and gentler on the body. first, here's a live look outside
>> theosis was not good and we were initially sent home with hospice. >> her parents chris and brandy say surgeons at the at the at ta children's hospital oakland had a plan. first, they removed the tumor, congenital glioblastoma. >> we're hoping that the the kids that come after scarlet that have the same tumor and other tumors that are difficult to treat can come up with treatments that are less toxic. >> reporter: now oncologist san ina mueller and her colleagues the ucsf are leading a clinical trial that will sequence the genetic makeup of individual brain tumors looking at their unique traits. the goal is to find multiple ways to attack the tumor using a cocktail of drugs. >> we will not have success just applying micatio mecations. >> researchers hoping that existing drugs, not typically used in cancer treatment will eventually be part of the mix. slowing the tumor down to make
other parts of the cocktail more effective, but just as importantly in cases like scarlet's be gentler on the body. >> because they have a very different side effect profile it allows them to combine more classic chemotherapy agents. doctors have seen more early success with targeted cases and signs the tumors can reappear they can benefit existing patients down the road. scarlet's mom and dad want her to leff a full and productive life. >> we want her to have a place in the world to have a place where she fits and belongs. >> that was dan ashley reporting. scarlet is receiving treatment from stanford and the bennyoff children's hospital oakland. 44 children and young adults will be participating in the new study. ead incng t as fpo postseason. coming
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battles number ten stanford. the kickoff there is at 5:30 p.m. cal takes on byu in provo, utah, at 7:15 and san jose faces washington state at 8:00 p.m. the as host the rangers. oakland is looking for their third win in a row. last night a rookie came up big. abc 7 sports director larry beil has more in this morning's sports report. >> good morning, nobody knew who ramon laureano was. he made an instant impact with the as against the techs txas rangers. hey, let's floss, everybody! ramon laureano. in a flash, 1-0, athletics off yovani guerrero. bottom of the second, marcus simeon and this is a rocket, aloha! just over the 367 mark. jot an effort there, but the as up 5-0, and bottom
six, laureano, his second homer of the game was off the foul pole and now his five homers for them coming off the rangers and the as used seven pitchers to win 8-4 to stay three and a half back of first place houston. how about an official giants vacation to milwaukee and everybody wear your orange. allen hanson unloads his eighth bomb of the year ties it at two a piece and the vacation group is pumped up. where are we going to dinner? giants pitcher gave up three hits and it's a double by jesus aguilar and they go 4-2 and he's seen enough and he and nick huntly both got tossed arguing balls and strikes. it will be a long september for the giants. >> tennis anyone? u.s. open semifinals. number one seed nadal in pain after against del potro. his knee has been bothering him.
del potro the set and after losing the second set nadal says, you know what? i'm done. i can't go anymore. del potro's only major win was in 2009 and he's back and will face novak djokovic in the finals. warriors president rick welts was inducted into the basketball hall of fame and the ceremony with the distinct bay area flavor. jason kidd, former cal story, and steve nash joined by don nelson. check out nelly! former warriors coach lives on maui now and he's got the long hair. he is slim and trim. he's probably lost 60 or 70 pounds. maui, that's what they say, it's the best living over there. how about the current warrior, steph curry on another asian tour. my goodness, he looks like he's 100 feet tall. currently visiting manila in the philippines. this is a three-country tour sponsored by under armour. next up, japan and china for steph. that's a wrap on morning sports.
have a great weekend, everybody. i'm larry beil. >> time now is 8:46. serena williams is looking to win her grand slam single title today. this is her ninth u.s. open final and the first time she's made it back to the final since 2014. she'll face 20-year-old naomi osaka from japan. williams missed the tournament because she'd just given birth to her daughter olympia. watch the matchup at 1:00 this afternoon on the sister network espn. now your accuweather forecast from abc 7 news. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist frances dinglasan and it will be a bright, sun shiny day. here's a live at live doppler 7 and the satellite image shows us much less cloud cover this morning and low clouds mainly confined to the coast didn't make it into the bay much at here is a live shot from sutro from san francisco. right there you see low clouds trying to creep in, but it is dissipating pretty quickly. right now in san francisco, it is 56 degrees and oakland, 60 degrees and half moon bay at 57
degrees and i want to take you up to mount tam where we see lots of blue skies right now. santa rosa is 57 and there was earlier patchy fog this morning, but didn't cause too much trouble and napa, fairfield and concord in the low 60s right now and from the east bay hills we're looking out west towards the bay bridge and san francisco and the very compressed marine layer right there, you can see and that will dissipate quickly, but here's the forecast for today. patchy morning clouds mainly along the peninsula coast. bright sunshine today and the heat eases this weekend and we're dropping from low 80s to mid-90s and we're dropping toward the middle of next week as the trough moves in from the northwest. it will be hot in gill roy and 95 degree, and san jose, 82 and santa claire a santa cruz, good beach day, 76 for you and 70s for the peninsula, as well and look for 77 at redwood city and the sea breeze will keep you in
the 60s all day long and downtown san francisco, 67 degrees and daley city, 62. look for 80s through parts of the north bay and santa rosa warming up to 89 and we will see a few more low 90s as well through ukiah and lake port. t-shirt and shorts weather, 70s for the most part with the exception of hercules. hey, we're at 77. fremont, 79 degrees and for temperatures to come down a bit, in fact, walnut creek 91. so still hot weather continues there. also in san francisco, if you love chocolate there's the ghirardelli chocolate festival. temperatures hovering in the low 60s for much of the day tomorrow will be much of the same, cool and breezy with sunshine and just slightly cooler temperatures. so always have an extra layer or jacket handy. tomorrow there's oakland pride. plenty of sunshine, definitely
you'll want to reapply the sunscreen all day long. it will be a bright start during the 11:00r. 63 warming up into the low 70s tomorrow, and here's a look at the next seven days in san jose. for example, today we are very close to average, and notice as the trough moves in midweek next week. we will be well below average in san jose and in many other parts of the bay area. here's the accuweather seven-day forecast and still mild at the coast, low 60s there and hot inland, low 90s and temperatures drop and we'll still see a wide range from 60 to 90 degrees and breezy and cooler by monday. the cooling continues wednesday and thursday will likely be our coolest days of the week as the cooler trough moves in. so temperatures inland you'll notice are dropping by as much as 12 degrees compared to today and around the bay, cooler as well and at the coast it's in the 60s for us. >> we'll enjoy it while we have the 90s for the inland
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state park from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. the amphitheater provides incredible views of san francisco bay and beyond. this year's lineup includes herbie hancock, grace potter, and nicki lane. concert goers will honor the money and proceeds benefit the state park. mountain view art and wine festival is back for its 47th year this saturday and sunday. it's mountain view's signature event and over 200,000 people are expected to line castro street. this celebration will feature over 500 professional artists and craft makers, live music, the pig skin party lounge, a kids' park and of course, fabulous food and drink. admission is free and the festival runs from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. chocolate lovers, this one's for you the ghirardelli chocolate festival at ghirardelli fair. check out the demonstrations and
hang out in the ghirardelli lounge. we know the real reason you're there, the wide variety of chocolate delicacies and there will be plenty to choose from. proceeds will benefit project open hand. for more information on these event goes to our website at abc 7 news.com. >> you can bike through the presidio this weekend and it's the first national park to roll out electric bikes to visitors. they teamed up with jump bikes to give people a place to experience the park. 50 bright red bikes are available for a smart fee and there are a few rules now and you can't ride the bike on the trails and when you're done put them back on the 125 official bike racks in the park. >> all right. let's get a final weather check with meteorologist frances dinglasan. >> temperatures will be nice and warm today especially inland in the low 90s around the bay, 70s to near 80. at the coast, still cool and plenti plenty of sunshine for everyone. hot inland, temperatures range from 60s to low 90s and tomorrow
we'll cool down a couple of degrees and we'll see a wide range of temperatures and notice the cooling continues and a trough moves in and we'll be well below average by midweek and still plenty of sunshine, but inland temperatures dropping quite a bit and around the bay by 8 degrees and at the coast in the 60s all week long. >> keep the sunscreen on standby, right? you'll need it a lot today, as well. >> frances, thanks. thanks to you for joining us on abc 7 mornings alongside frances dinglasan. a full day of college football. next arizona takes on houston at 9:00 a.m. and then colorado faces nebraska at 12:30 followed by abc 7 news at 4:00 p.m. and at 5:00 p.m. number 13 penn state battles pittsburgh at heinz field and that's followed after the game with larry beil and the news continues on twitter, facebook and instagram. make it a great day, everybody.
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